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Cloud Startup In Focus – Anaplan

Cloud Startup In Focus – Anaplan

Cloud Startup In Focus – Anaplan Cloud Analytics is a hot space right now and there’s no second guessing about it. Driven by the demand for quick analytics for anyone and everyone, from C level executives down to a plant operator, startups are sprouting up and taking on the challenge to solve the equation of

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Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Is Here To Stay

Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Is Here To Stay

Cloud Infographic: The Cloud Is Here To Stay Three factors were individually tested to measure server performance – processor, memory and storage – and each were evaluated working jointly during workloads for an overall server performance grade. A bare-metal dedicated server was used as a benchmark control. Read More Edit: An infographic provided by Firehost with statistical sources from Cisco,

First High Performance Cloud Benchmarks Unveiled

First High Performance Cloud Benchmarks Unveiled Study highlights need for transparency in the cloud Dallas – May 14, 2013 – Until now, there have been very little verifiable, objective cloud performance benchmarks. FireHost, the secure cloud hosting company, has again bridged an important gap for enterprises that require a cloud they can trust before they’ll

Cloud Syncing: A Big Ado About Functionality In Google Play Game’s New Release

Cloud Syncing: A Big Ado About Functionality In Google Play Game’s New Release

Cloud Syncing: a Big Ado about Functionality in Google Play Game’s New Release According to leaks on the Big Spider, the world of gaming is getting a new face that may perhaps eclipse existing applications like the iOS Gaming Center if Google Play Games comes mid-May, with a cloud-synchronization feature, among a ton more stats.

Google Dumps Custom Linux In Favor Of Debian For App Engine

Google Dumps Custom Linux In Favor Of Debian For App Engine

Google Dumps Custom Linux in Favor of Debian for App Engine Google has made the switch from its own custom version of Linux, which they called “Google Compute Engine Linux” to more standard and generic, Debian Linux for App Engine. The switch syncs with the announcement of Debian 7.0 codenamed “wheezy” which brings significant new

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